Seven rare cars produced by VolkswagenFebruary 24, 2019
Volkswagen is currently the largest and most popular vehicle manufacturing company in the world, but few know its rare models.
For many years of existence of the brand, very rare cars were produced.
For example, in 1968, the Volkswagen 411 was born.
The car was produced in 3 versions. Two-door or four-door liftback sedan, or a three-door station wagon (the most rare). Design made by Italian experts. The car had a 68-horsepower gasoline engine of 1.6 liters. With its modernization, the power increased to 80 horsepower.
The Volkswagen Porsche 914 was produced in 1969.
It was a joint project with the auto company Porsche. It was installed on a gasoline engine with a volume of 1.7 liters, capable of developing a power of 80 horsepower. The later version was equipped with a two-liter engine, with 110 horses.
In June 1972, the Volkswagen SP2 came off the line of the Volkswagen plant in Brazil.
Its implementation was assumed only in the domestic market of the country. The car was equipped with a gasoline engine with a volume of 1.7 liters and a power of 63 horsepower. Despite the fact that the car was popular and could accelerate to 100 miles per hour, it was removed from production in 1976.
Volkswagen Iltis, the second name of the Type 183.
A small SUV, designed for the army, was released in 1978. The car became the winner of the rally “Paris-Dakar” in 1979. Equipped with a gasoline engine, a volume of 1.7 liters and a power of 75 horsepower. For 7 years of finding the model on the conveyor, more than 16,000 units were produced.
Volkswagen Golf g60 Limited models.
Specialists from the sports division took part in its release. The model was produced only in 1989 and a limited edition, 71 pieces. The highlight was the engine. Installed a sixteen valve petrol with a G-Lader supercharger, which with a volume of 1.8 liters could develops a power of 210 horsepower. Up to a 100 km/h car accelerates in 7.2 seconds. Average fuel consumption on the highway ranged from 9 to 16 liters per 100 km.
From 1993 to 1997, the Logus model was produced.
This car was also intended for the Brazilian domestic market. In fact, it was the 4th generation Ford Escort, having a different face. It was installed engines 1.6 liters, 1.8 liters. and 2.0 liters.
Everyone is very well aware of the Volkswagen Golf 3 model, but very few people know about the Harlekin Golf 3.
In 1996, only 264 units left the assembly line.
- MINI confirms production of electric crossover
- Chevrolet K5 Blazer turned into an electric car
- Electric Kia Soul brought to the “moose test”
- The interior of the Porsche Panamera Turbo S has been improved
- Ferrari is testing a mysterious prototype